We started designing Luos with the conviction that building electronic systems should be made easier than it is today. Most of the time should be spent on designing the applications and behaviors instead of on complex and time-and-money-eating technicalities. To give a simple example, adding a new sensor —for instance a distance sensor— to an electronic device in conception should not take more than a few minutes. So you can try, test and iterate fast on a project to truly design what users want.
Luos works like microservices architecture in the software world, and a distributed operating systems: it encapsulates any software or hardware function to make it communicate and work with any other encapsulated module, however it was developed, either on bare metal or on top of an embedded OS.
If you have questions about a specific topic, you can refer or ask it on the Luos' Forum. And if you have suggestions about this documentation don't hesitate to create pull requests.
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Luos is free for non-commercial use. It's protected by a license that you can consult here.